|The Army Nurse Vol 01 No 04 - Nursing Division, Office of the Surgeon General, Washington DC|
April 1944 issue of The Army Nurse The Cover..................... 1 Nurses Part In Rehabilitation ... 1 Delayed Morphine Poisoning.... 2 The Story Of The A.N.C. Uniform..... 2 The Silver Star Decoration,....... 4 Names Released Of Nurses Killed At Anzio.... 4 Pledge Of The Amy Nurse............. 4 Use Discretion With The Slacks ... 4 Per Diem For Temporary Duty.... 5 Brides May Wear Bridal Apparel ...5 Nurses And Publicity............5 More About Ports Of Embarkation.....
Keywords: United States. -- Army Nurse Corps; Army Nurse Corps; World War II: Women; US Army; World War, 1939-1945 -- Women -- United States; United States. Army; Military Nursing; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Nursing; United States. -- Army Nurse Corps -- History; Anzio Beachhead, 1944; Bronze Star Medal (U.S.); Silver Star Medal (U.S.)
|Women In War, Munsan-Ni, Korea (Ruby Bradley) - United States. Department Of Defense|
May 8, 1952. Description from National Archives: "Gen Matthew B. Ridgway, Gen Mark Clark, Maj Gen Howard M. Turner (USAF) and V Adm Charles T. Joy stand by parked copter in field. In front of them stands Capt Harriet Winkler and Col Ruby Bradley both of ANC. Voice from off-screen reads the citation awarding Winkler the Bronze Star Medal (out). Ridgway awards the Medal and speaks to Winkler (sound inaudible, picture out)...
Keywords: Korean War, 1950-1953; Military Nursing; Army Nurse Corps; Turner, Howard M. (Howard McMath), 1902-1965; Angels of Corregidor; Joy, C. Turner (Charles Turner), 1895-1956; Bronze Star Medal (U.S.); Munsan (Kyonggi-do, South Korea, Asia) inhabited place; Clark, Mark W. (Mark Wayne), 1896-1984; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Women -- United States; Ridgway, Matthew B. (Matthew Bunker), 1895-1993; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- United States; United States. -- Army Nurse Corps; Ruby Bradley